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Two with long history of dealing drugs in Wareham sentenced to state prison

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Wareham Police reported that two local drug dealers have been sentenced to prison.

Recently, Mario Ogletree, 32, and Christine Quinn, 30, both of Wareham were found guilty in Plymouth Superior Court after being arrested multiple times by Wareham Police detectives for narcotics violations in April, May, and September of 2017.

Acting Police Chief John Walcek said, “The teamwork between our detectives and the District Attorney’s office resulted in two drug dealers be taken off our streets. Wareham police detectives relentlessly investigated, and re-arrested these individuals because they continued to operate their illegal activities with no regard for the law.” He added, “The Wareham Police Department will continue to vigorously enforce drug laws for the safety and peace of our community.”

The two were sentenced as follows:

– Mario Ogletree: 6-8 years in State Prison
– Christine Quinn: 4 years and a Day State Prison

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